This is required Between 08:00 and 18:00 hours from the 3rd April to 7th April 2023 to carry out emergency repairs.
On Friday 24th March 2023, Argyll and Bute Council made the above named Order under Section 14(1)(a) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will make it unlawful for any person to drive or cause or permit to be driven any motor vehicle on that length of the U022 Glendaruel West Road, from a point 30 metres north of Glendaurel Bridge in a southerly direction for a distance of 70 metres or thereby
The restrictions, which are required due to essential maintenance works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the length of road, will be in operation daily between from 0900 hours on the twenty fourth day of April until 1700 hours on the 17th day of September 2023, when indicated by the appropriate traffic signs.
Alternative routes will be signed in an appropriate manner.
The Order is available for viewing on the Council’s website at www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/trafficorders
On Friday 31st March 2023, Argyll and Bute Council made the above named Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended,
Will make it unlawful for any person, shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any motor vehicle whose maximum gross weight exceeds 3 tonnes, on that length of the Glendaruel West Road, as carried by Glendaruel Bridge from a point 30 meters north of Glendaurel Bridge in a southerly direction for 70 metres or thereby.
Will make it unlawful for any person, shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle at a speed exceeding 10mph, on that length of the Glendaruel West Road, as carried by Glendaruel Bridge from a point 30 meters north of Glendaurel Bridge in a southerly direction for 70 metres or thereby.
These restriction are required to prevent further serious damage to the structure and surface of the bridge.
Many residents in the community will have received notifications over the last couple of weeks regarding this, but for ease the CC is publishing the text of the communication.
Mull Car Club will once again organise a closed road special stage rally on the 23rd and 24th June 2023. This will be a round of the Scottish Rally Championship, the BTRDA Asphalt Rally Championship and several other national and regional championships. The route will once again be held on closed public roads around Dunoon and the Cowal peninsula.
The rally will pass properties in Colglen and may restrict access due to the road closures detailed on the maps below. To ensure the safe running of the event restrictions will be put in place at the noted dates/times.
During the times noted the road will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians. As the event organisers, we will make the utmost effort to minimise the disruption the event causes you and we will assist you to gain access/egress from your property during the running of the event.
Approximately 3 weeks prior to the event you will receive a residents information pack which will contain; contact details, what to do in case of an emergency, access during road closure times, event timings and the latest updates regarding the event and the impact on local residents.
If you have any questions or would like to notify us of any scheduled visitors (e.g. carers) that may require access during the times detailed above please contact us via email on: email@example.com.
We hope you can embrace this event and enjoy the spectacle as some of the best drivers in the UK tackle our roads and bring some much welcomed income to the area.
The freshly inaugurated Council will be meeting on Monday, 9th January, at 7.30pm, Glendaruel Village Hall. All welcome.
Meeting documents given below, including minutes of the last meeting in August 2022, and the notes from our Cost Of Living Consultation at the end of last September. Also included is the agenda and a note of the Milton Wood offer by Bute Estates. A planning summary will also be addended to this post when it is ready.
Due the Community Council being inquorate and illness within the Resilience Group it is with regret that the Second Cost Of Living Meeting on 17th of October at the Glen Hall has been cancelled.
The Resilience Group will announce an alternate date as soon as possible.
To discuss what can be done for households, organisations and businesses during this difficult time
AGENDA will include:
● Cost of Living Household payment for permanent residents
● Help with Heating
● Community Electric Bus
● Commuity Resilience
● Ensuring Community Assets are Financially Secure
● How local businesses can be helped
The Community Council will hold two meetings*:
7.30pm, 26th September at the Colintraive Village Hall
To discuss ideas and consult
7.30pm, 17th October at the Glendaruel Village Hall
To feedback on progress and results
*DATES CHANGED FROM PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED
Residents are encouraged to come to both meetings to Contribute ideas and help move initiatives forward.
If you can’t make it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
With your questions & ideas!
In association with the Resilience Group, CGDT and the Cruach Mhor Windfarm Trust